Fast, fun and friendly.
Best. Company. Ever.
In the years since our department-store roots evolved into discount-store savvy, we’ve watched our innovations lead to retail revolutions, and our team, guests and partners build better communities where we live and work. So in 2012, we celebrate Target’s legacy with a nod to our past and a look ahead to exciting new things to come.
Sorry to say that for the most part we have no voice,we are not wanted on the team and we are a hinderance to the mission which is actually profits and bonus,if you all cared one iota for Target you would immediately take a 50% pay cut,surrender your benefits and stop complaining.On a lighter note I thought the questions in the team survey were phrased very cleverly this year,the people who set the questions obviously know what they are doing.
So hi everybody im a exteamember and i just remembered about this site just seeing how this company holding up
Nothing spells diversity like....
This is perhaps the best response to any post that has ever appeared on any forum in the history of the known universe.
Target wants robots. Red and khaki, politically correct robots.
And if you don't think they are trying to figure out how to replace you with one, then you need to get off the Kool-Aid.
And BTW, I answered my survey honestly for the first time in five years. Even with the ETL hovering in the LPC room. I will probably pay for it later but the way I see it, I'm paying for it now.